Dear Caroline

Dear Caroline

Martine Carol as Caroline de Bièvre
Directed by Richard Pottier
Produced by Paul Cadéac
Written by Jean Anouilh, Jacques Laurent (novel)
Starring Martine Carol
Jacques Dacqmine
Music by Georges Auric
Edited by Jean Feyte
Distributed by Cinéphonic
Release dates
1951 (24 May 1954 in New York City)
Running time
141 minutes
Country France
Language French

Dear Caroline (French:Caroline Chérie) is a French 1951 film directed by Richard Pottier. It is based on Jacques Laurent's historical novel "The loves of Caroline Cherie: A novel". Leading roles were played by Martine Carol and Jacques Dacqmine.


France, July 1782. During her birthday, the beautiful young Marchioness Caroline meets the attractive soldier Gaston. It's love at first sight but Gaston does not wish to make a commitment because a military career waits for him. Caroline marries then a politician but the French Revolution bursts and Caroline has to run away to escape the guillotine. By running away she meets Gaston again who decides to help her.


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